The Lady Travelers Guide to Larceny with a Dashing Stranger
- With Bonus Story "The Rise and Fall of Reginald Everheart"
- Narrated by: Marian Hussey
- Length: 15 hrs and 39 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 11-28-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Harlequin Audio
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She must secure her future
A lady should never be obliged to think of matters financial! But when Lady Wilhelmina Bascombe's carefree, extravagant lifestyle vanishes with the demise of her husband, her only hope lies in retrieving a family treasure - a Renaissance masterpiece currently in the hands of a cunning art collector in Venice. Thankfully, the Lady Travelers Society has orchestrated a clever plan to get Willie to Europe, leading a tour of mothers and daughters...and one curiously attentive man.
He must reclaim his heritage
Dante Augustus Montague's one passion has long been his family's art collection. He's finally tracked a long-lost painting to the enchanting Lady Bascombe. Convinced that the canvas had been stolen, he will use any means to reclaim his birthright - including deception. But how long before pretend infatuation gives way to genuine desire?
Now they're rivals for a prize that will change everything
Willie and Dante know they're playing with fire in the magical moonlit city. Their common quest could compromise them both...or lead them to happily-ever-after.
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By LilMissMolly on 12-26-17
Unique Historical Regency Romance!
The Lady Travelers Guide series is unique and very entertaining! In this second installment, we follow Lady Wilhelmina who was a bit of an airhead in her younger days (a Regency era Paris Hilton comes to mind). She was rudely awakened to how things work in "real life" after her husband unexpectedly dies and leaves her penniless. The majority of the story is spent with Lady Wilhelmina leading a tour group of female Americans across Europe so she can eventually get to Venice where she can retrieve a famous painting that her husband used as collateral for a loan. She hopes to sell the painting so she can be secure in her future. What she doesn't expect is a handsome fellow to travel along with the tour group who makes her want to abandon her vow to avoid relying on men at anytime in the future. Marian Hussey narrated and she did a wonderful job. Brava!
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